In Pacman-style movement, Mathman must eat all the numbers that make the proposed inequality true; otherwise, he will be eaten by Mr. Glitch. After Mathman assesses each number, the number is plugged into the equation to illustrate to the viewer that it is either correct or incorrect.
In this clip, Charlie explains how to understand the connecting between a child molestor and his victim by looking at the intersection of the areas that each person uses. A very simple example is assuming that both the victim and perpetrator move in circles of radii r1 and r2 centered at (x1,y1) and (x2,y2).
In this clip there is a singer chosen by Andy in a competition to sing as a representative. However, there is push back by the mayor because the appearance of the singer is not representative of what he wants in terms of wealth, respectability, and image. There is clear remarks of inequality and discrimination despite the talent of the singer and the fair opportunity he has won. There also is a hint of gatekeeping as the people with power are pushing back on the singer due to his looks.
Colonel Shaw commends Private Trip on his fighting yesterday. He offers to honor the Private by allowing him to bear the regimental colors. Private Trip indicates that he is not fighting for the Colonel and expresses concern that, even after the war, he and his people will not benefit if they win.
Katherine Johnson gives a speech about how she has to travel half a mile just to use the bathroom because of the lack of coloured bathrooms in the office building she works in. She indicates that she isn't treated equally as as a result.